Oakland Police are investigating alleged vandalism at Mayor Libby Schaaf’s home after spray painted messages were discovered on her garage door and along stonework at the front of the property early Tuesday.
Many of the houses in the neighborhood have signs of support for the Black Lives Matter movement, including Mayor Schaaf's home, where a sign can be seen in a window above her garage. Graffiti was left in front of several other homes in the neighborhood, too.
"This crosses the line, because it's someone's house and property," 15-year-old neighbor Alexandra Wright said. "It's not exactly okay. It's not okay on any level."
Alexandra's mom, Amy, said this kind of activism doesn't further social justice.
It's not known if the mayor was home at the time of the incident.